Ahreum Maeng

Assistant Professor, School of Business
Primary office:
785-864-7532
Summerfield Hall

Professor Maeng earned her Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin. Her research is in the area social cognition with specific emphasis on the role of emotion and motivation invoked by social cues in shaping judgment and decision-making. She examines a wide range of social phenomena from individuals’ face perceptions to social crowding to answer questions about how consumer decisions are influenced by these social contexts. 

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